In June GladRags ran a Buy One, Give One campaign. For every online purchase that was made of four of our most popular products, like our Cloth Day Pad and our menstrual cup XO Flo, we promised to give the same product to an essential worker in the community. And so we did. Here’s how…Read more
As a small, sustainable business it can be challenging to financially support our communities on the scale that we would dearly love to be able to. So each month our team takes a look at our resources to try to creatively help meet the needs of our community, our customers, our business, and our world.…Read more
Business as usual hasn’t worked for a very long time, if it ever truly worked at all. Business as usual has seen people and the planet exploited and exhausted for the sake of someone else’s idea of a better bottom line. Sell more, buy more, make it available for instant delivery with the drive-by convenience…Read more
Excited to know more about Rawganique, a small business that carries GladRags, we reached out for a chat! Settle in with a cup of hemp coffee and read all about their mission, extensive line of organic products, and passion for sustainability. Can you talk a bit about what makes Rawganique unique? We are off-grid island…Read more
It’s always fun to hear about the cool places that GladRags have been, but it’s more rare that we get to find out about unique places they’re sold. Harrisonburg, VA is the home of Bring Your Own, a shop for reusable, sustainable products based out of a renovated 1975 Airstream trailer! We spoke to Allie,…Read more
Portland, OR-based small business, GladRags, gets a brand makeover to celebrate period positivity and encourage a cultural shift toward reusable products.